Sugar Bunnies features my newest fabric line “Flowers For Emma” by Henry Glass Fabrics. I love star quilts and this one is easy and fun to make. The fabrics all worked together for that cottage chic look. When it was time to design the border, of course I had to have bunnies! I named it Sugar Bunnies, because the happy, blue bunnies remind me of “Peeps”.
I have lots of totes and little projects that I hope you will love! For the first time I've designed a pattern with my best friend Anne Bryson. We were going to call it the "Anne" bag, but thought that might be a bit much. So we named it "Little Jelly Bags". Five cute little bags, made from one Jelly Roll! There are so many uses for these little bags! I carry my iPhone in the Bitty Bag, and Anne Bryson carries her little camera in the small bag. We love them and we hope you will too!
I’ve wanted to do an angel quilt for a very long time and when I saw the “Winter” line of fabric from Minick and Simpson I knew the time was right. “I Believe in Angels” is a Christmas quilt to treasure. It’s sweet, happy and symbolizes the love that Christmas brings to all of us. It was so much fun to design but I got stuck on the last block. For the life of me I couldn’t think of what to put in that block. My husband came to the rescue and suggested an angel swinging from a star! She’s the perfect ending to my newest block of the month.
I hope you enjoy the spring line of patterns from Bunny Hill Designs. It’s always such a pleasure to design them for you! (:
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